"The Woodpecker Song" as written by Paul James Mac-grane and Al Stillman....
He's up each morning bright and early
To wake up all the neighborhood
To bring to every boy and girlie
His happy serenade on wood
Hear him pickin' out a melody
Peck, peck, peckin' at the same old tree
He's as happy as a bumblebee
All day long
To serenade your lady
Just find a tree that's shady
And when you hear that
Tick-a tick tick tick-a tick tick
Tick-a tick tick sing right along
Come on and try his rhythm
And let your hearts beat with 'im
Just listen to that
Tick-a tick tick tick-a tick tick


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"The Woodpecker Song" as written by Paul James Mac-grane Al Stillman

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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